news | 09 November 2012
New issue of Sustainable Engineering Australia now live
News, videos, slideshows - all the latest in sustainability around Australia.
news | 23 October 2012
Engineering an equitable future
The University of Queensland has set its sights on becoming the university of choice in Australia for women in engineering, with a major industry partnership announced today.
The partnership between the University, Rio Tinto, the Australian Power Institute (API), and the Australian Petroleum and Exploration Association (APPEA) will address the shortage of female students enrolling in engineering programs at UQ through the creation of a unique position dedicated to improving this gender imbalance.
news | 27 September 2012
2012 Engineers Australia Salary & Benefits Survey
Have you ever wanted to know what other Engineers in Australia earn?
newfocus, an independent research company, is currently conducting a survey on behalf of Engineers Australia, with companies who employ professional engineers, to provide information on salaries, conditions and benefits. Given your association and support of Engineers Australia we ask for your help in obtaining this information.
news | 21 September 2012
Cayley Aerospace Inc CEO Eur Ing Bishnujee Singh awarded Fellow of Institution of Mechanical Engineers (UK)
Eur Ing. Bishnujee Singh has been conferred with Fellow award from Institution of Mechanical Engineers, UK on September 11,2012 at London,UK.
news | 04 September 2012
What information do YOU need to thrive – or survive?
Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) is calling on engineers and other industry professionals to tell what information YOU need in order to plan effectively in your business. ACIF’s new online survey is collecting input from businesses and practitioners across the industry on what information they need in order to survive or thrive in these changeable economic times.
The information will be used in the planning of the next extension to the renowned ACIF Forecasts, the industry’s forecasting service. Please take 2 minutes to visit www.acif.com.au/surveys to give your input - closes 26 September 2012.
news | 04 September 2012
Discuss the key issues with industry leaders
The October ACIF Briefings for Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) will be held in a new, interactive format - while the high quality information including the updated ACIF Forecasts will remain the same. Focussed on the key issues around what is driving demand in residential, non-residential and engineering construction, plus construction costs and commercial property. To be held in six cities from 4-12 October 2012, more information and registration is available at www.acif.com.au/events.
news | 10 July 2012
Latest issue of Sustainable Engineering Australia now live
The latest issue of the emagazine Sustainable Engineering Australia is now live at http://goo.gl/2YSyu.
news | 17 April 2012
Cayley Aerospace Inc CEO Bishnujee Awarded Fellow of Institute of Leadership & Management UK
Cayley Aerospace Inc CEO Eur Ing.Bishnujee Singh has been conferred with Fellow of Institute of Leadership and Management Institute UK.Career Communication Group has also announced for Alumni Leadership Award 2012 for Eur Ing.Singh at Baltimore,Maryland,USA on May 04,2012.
news | 03 March 2012
ACIF Forecasts become even bigger, better in April
ACIF Forecasts, the forecasting service provided by the Australian Construction Industry Forum for more than ten years, will soon be extended to provide even more valuable business planning information.
“Where is the new work coming from? What types of work?”, “Are construction costs going to increase, and when?”, and “Where will we get the people we need?”. ACIF Forecasts are rolling ten year forecasts of demand across all sectors that answer the big questions for the building and construction industry. Businesses use ACIF Forecasts to know whether upcoming work will be in small or large renovations, or new dwellings, or in commercial or engineering construction work.
From April the ACIF Forecasts will include a wider scope of information delving to a deeper level of detail. Businesses will also gain in-depth analyses of 21 locales including capital cities and regional centres such as Newcastle in NSW, Mandurah in WA and Townsville in QLD, helping businesses to plan where to invest.
news | 14 November 2011
Georgiou celebrate a double-award win for Indigenous employment
Georgiou a national civil construction and engineering firm attended the Civil Contractors Federation Awards night and was presented with two award wins in the category of ‘Indigenous Development Award ’ and ‘Indigenous Trainee of the Year’.
news | 04 November 2011
4th International Symposium on Hydraulic Structures
The 4th International Symposium on Hydraulic Structures February 6-8, 2012, Porto, Portugal.
news | 03 November 2011
Latest issue of Sustainable Engineering Australia now online
The latest issue of Sustainable Engineering Australia, published by Engineers Media in an online format only, is now live.
news | 09 September 2011
Engineers Without Borders Announce New Overseas Placement Opportunities...
Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is currently searching for Engineers willing to share their skills in developing countries including India, Cambodia, Vietnam, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Timor Leste.
news | 09 August 2011
Engineers Australia releases a Reconciliation Action Plan
Engineers Australia has released a Reconciliation Action Plan today in Sydney.
news | 08 August 2011
Engineers Australia launches online collaborative platform for humanitarian engineers
Engineers Australia’s summit on humanitarian engineering – held last week in Brisbane – saw engineers hear from inspiring keynote speakers and take part in productive think-tank sessions.
In particular, they heard from Australian of the Year Simon McKeon, who called for more engineering businesses to throw their weight behind the humanitarian engineering cause.
We have responded to his call by setting up a collaborative online platform together with EWB and RedR, where the ideas that were generated at the summit can be explored further.
At yohe.uservoice.com, you can take part in ongoing discussions on how the engineering profession may contribute to humanitarian engineering in Australia.
Visit the yohe.uservoice.com collaboration board now.
news | 08 August 2011
Humanitarian Engineering Summit Outcomes
The recent Brisbane Humanitarian Engineering Summit was an inspiring day and thanks to ABC News, you can now watch a snippet of the summit here
news | 04 August 2011
QUT Engineering for Humanity Challenge: The Competition
With a $10,000 prize incentive up for grabs, students at the Queensland University of Technology will put their innovation skills to the test in the Engineering for Humanity Challenge to develop assistive devices for people with disability.
news | 31 July 2011
Engineering graduates still well short of meeting demand
The release of a report today by Engineers Australia has confirmed that the numbers of new graduates moving into Australia’s engineering team has grown much slower than the demand, and that the growth in the number of new professional engineers in the last two years has now only returned to the numbers in 2004.
news | 28 July 2011
EngQuest participants become experts in disaster relief
In recent months, primary school students all over Australia have been busy working out how to rebuild communities affected by natural disasters, as part of Engineers Australia’s national education out-reach program, EngQuest.
news | 26 July 2011
Australian Engineering Week 2011 - Get involved
In the first week of August 2011, Engineers Australia will be hosting Australian Engineering Week. The purpose of the Week is to celebrate engineering, raise awareness of its contributions to society, and position engineering as the career path of choice.